Steel guitarist (since the age of 9), front man
for The Nashville Cats (1969-1985) and Chief Producer of BSW Records in San Antonio, Texas.
Jim's songwriting credits include Traci Lawrence's "Sticks and Stones"
and the playful "Chunky People" (with David Chamberlain) for Hargus "Pig" Robbins. He has appeared on CMT, Hee Haw, and the Grand Ole Opry, worked with such diverse artists as Joe Stampley and Bela Fleck, and
performed on all songs and all albums by Alan Jackson and Johnny
Paycheck. On the 2005 album George Jones: My Very Special Guests, Vest was
one of them.
People (David Chamberlain/Jim Vest)